Ask the Expert: I want to preserve my muscle mass!

– Q: I was recently on a field exercise living on individual meal packs (IMPs) for two weeks. I found with the high tempo, I was …

CAF task force to NATO mission in Kosovo welcomes new Commander

– By Captain Christopher Daniel, CJOC Public Affairs Officer Lieutenant-Colonel Pierre Ouellet, a native of Roberval, Quebec, assumed command of Operation KOBOLD from Lieutenant-Colonel Kenneth Mills …

Photo of the Day

– Leading Seaman Adam MacKenzie secures lines onto the fuel nozzle.

Ethically, what would you do? Commentary: Leave no one behind

– In the tragic July ethics scenario, loyalty, courage and mission were pitted against the grim reality of human limits. No one envies Lieutenant-Colonel Sam Davis’s …

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three military members at a desk.

CAF task force to NATO mission in Kosovo welcomes new Commander

– By Captain Christopher Daniel, CJOC Public Affairs Officer Lieutenant-Colonel Pierre Ouellet, a native of Roberval, Quebec, assumed command of Operation KOBOLD from Lieutenant-Colonel Kenneth Mills …

Three sailors in a boat, with a fourth climbing a ladder out.

Enhanced naval boarding party on HMCS Charlottetown trains with Royal Danish Navy

– By Lieutenant (N) Meghan Jacques and Leading Seaman Richard Donafeld, Operation REASSURANCE Maritime Task Force Taking advantage of their time operating closely with NATO allies, …

Operation HAMLET: 13 years of supporting peace in Haiti

– By Canadian Joint Operations Command Public Affairs Five Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) members gathered at the Canadian embassy in Haiti for a private ceremony on …

A military member with a covered face leans forward and prepares to shoot their weapon

HMCS Charlottetown participates in Exercise BRILLIANT MARINER 17

– Her Majesty’s Canadian Ship (HMCS) Charlottetown, currently deployed on Operation REASSURANCE, participated in Exercise BRILLIANT MARINER 17 in the Mediterranean Sea.

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Invictus Games 2017 close with an invitation to Sydney, Australia

– It’s the only international sports competition where the qualifying trials begin with the athlete losing a piece of themselves.

Team Canada Stats at the Invictus Games

– Day 7 – Friday, September 29, 2017 Gold – Suzanne Barrette, André Gagnon and Rob Sanders, Archery Team Novice Recurve – Elizabeth Newman, Women’s Archery …

Meet the medical team helping Team Canada soldier on

– For any sporting event, medical support is essential to help athletes deal with injuries that arise during competition.

Soldier On – Helping Support Those Who Serve

– Service and sacrifice for one’s country… there is no better embodiment of this ethos than the 90 members of Team Canada and their international counterparts at the Invictus Games.

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Ask the Expert: I want to preserve my muscle mass!

– Q: I was recently on a field exercise living on individual meal packs (IMPs) for two weeks. I found with the high tempo, I was …

Ethically, what would you do? Commentary: Leave no one behind

– In the tragic July ethics scenario, loyalty, courage and mission were pitted against the grim reality of human limits. No one envies Lieutenant-Colonel Sam Davis’s …

Sport – sustains the minds and heals the souls of soldiers

– For many veterans of CAF operations in Afghanistan, the hockey boards bring back fond memories of the games they played and the friendships they forged in the sandbox.

Ill or injured CAF members wanted for study on transition to civilian life

– Would you and a family member be willing to be interviewed for a study on the transition from military to civilian life of ill or injured Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) members?

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Second World War pilot from Halifax area honoured

– A plaque commemorating the service of Lieutenant-General Edwin Reyno, who served with the RCAF during the Battle of Britain, was recently unveiled in his home community of Herring Cove, near Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Legacy of the RCAF Golden Hawks celebrated

– On the weekend of September 16, 2017, former members of the Golden Hawks aerobatic team as well as families of former members, gathered in Mirimichi, New Brunswick, to celebrate the team’s proud legacy.

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Fire Prevention Week 2017

– This year’s theme “Every second counts, plan two ways out!” highlights the importance of working together with the people with whom you live, work, and play to be better prepared to prevent and survive a fire in your home or workplace.

Ask the Expert: Does spot reduction actually work?

– I had my third child a year ago and put on a lot of weight during this pregnancy. I’ve been working very hard to get back into shape and while I’ve lost 11 kg, I just can’t lose my belly fat.

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Naval personnel work adjusting a large hose into a fitting on a ship deck.

Photo of the Day

– Leading Seaman Adam MacKenzie secures lines onto the fuel nozzle.

A helicopter lands in a field surrounded by colourful leaves as several people carry a medical stretcher to the aircraft.

Photo of the Day

– Members from 5 Field Ambulance participate in Exercise SERPENT INTRÉPIDE.

Seven aircraft flying head on in three lines with white exhaust coming from the rear.

Photo of the Day

– The Royal Canadian Air Force Snowbirds fly in formation.

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